reserve's most recent meeting suggested the central bank may wind down its bond buying program sooner than expected. >> people see that the world economy is being partially sustained by this money printing. so, if there's going to be a constriction in that flow, that could crimp activity. >> reporter: but for now, some traders don't think crude will head much lower: >> right now, i'd be looking to maybe get my toe back in to by around the $92 level. it has come off so far so fast. >> reporter: when it comes to gold, some bulls are confident the yellow metal will soar past $2,000 an ounce this year or next. that's because many countries want to devalue their currencies. >> net net, all the currencies in the world are in a position of wanting to devalue themselves, whether its to spur trade, or reduce the liabilities of the debts these nations need to pay. >> reporter: and in that environment, he thinks gold will prove to be a shining investment. erika miller, "n.b.r.," new york.